Dictionary of Health Education by David Bedworth, Albert E Bedworth

By David Bedworth, Albert E Bedworth

The Dictionary of overall healthiness schooling offers for the 1st time a whole, accomplished consultant to the pro and technical phrases, phrases, and words utilized in the health and wellbeing schooling occupation. in a single quantity, it encompasses the complete scope of the language of future health schooling, bringing jointly the disciplines of schooling, drugs, public overall healthiness and its sub-disciplines, heritage, philosophy, and political technology. an important reference software for all wellbeing and fitness educators or people who are curious about the advertising of healthiness, this detailed booklet comprises over 10,000 definitions of usually used phrases and words. For ease of use, all entries are alphabetically prepared and cross-referenced the place applicable. The dictionary additionally comprises tables of significant healthiness and scientific phrases to additional illustrate key rules. This common quantity is an imperative source to somebody who desires to communicate and comprehend the language of healthiness schooling.

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ANACLISIS 1. In psychoanalysis, a condition characterized by dependence upon another person for care and support. 2. A fixation of development characterized by dependence upon a child and its mother. ANACLITIC DEPRESSION In psychology, the profound sadness of an infant when separated from its mother for a prolonged period of time. v. ANACLITIC OBJECT CHOICE In psychology, the choice of a love object similar in nature to those who have cared for him or her in earlier years; usually a mother object.

Has little to do with the form in which alcohol is drunk or the amount that is drunk or when it is drunk. It is related to the way that the drinker responds to the alcohol being drunk and the way in which it affects the drinker’s behavior. ∼ is closely related to why a person drinks rather than to the quantities being drunk. 6. An illness characterized by significant impairment directly associated with persistent and excessive use of alcohol. 7. Drug dependence involving progressive preoccupation with drinking, leading to physical, mental, or social dysfunction.

Allopathic medicine. 4. A system of medical practice based on producing a condition that is incompatible with the disease being treated. 5. A form of medicine that treats disease with medications and/or surgery. ALLOPOLYPLOID 1. v. in its body cells, derived from different species. 2. v. having chromosome sets from different sources, such as different species. 3. A polyploid containing genetically different sets derived from two or more species. ALLOPSYCHE A person who possesses an extraordinary interest in the outer world rather than in his or her inner life.

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